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Enterprise Tuesday 2012-2013: Creating Star Teams

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The most frequently cited reason for the success or failure of a venture is whether or not the team (as defined by its composition, experience, expertise, chemistry, soft skills, shared purpose and values) is effectively formed and developed. This Enterprise Tuesday session focuses on entrepreneurial teams, the role of the ‘Alpha entrepreneur’, ‘born or made’ leadership qualities, characteristics and competences; the ability to change and the ability to manage detail. It will consider the point of view of investors, i.e. what they look for, how they make judgements, when they make changes and how they find talent.

What will you gain from this session? This practitioner-led talk is an opportunity to understand more about the formation, shared vision and development of good entrepreneurial teams and how they build businesses. It will explain the need for the founder role to evolve and how entrepreneurs can influence the investor.

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Registration is from 18:00. The lecture starts at 18:30 followed by networking from 20:00.

Enterprise Tuesday is a series of FREE evening lectures and networking sessions managed and delivered by the Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL), based at the University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School.

This talk is part of the Enterprise Tuesday 2012/2013 series.

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